Brad Davison Chronicles: Part II

Look for the Brad Davison Chronicles the morning after every Wisconsin game. Just know I am going to be watching closely the grittiest, guttiest, deceptive speediest, We Welker-type, high-motored man in America and scour the internet for people who have done him dirty. You’ve been warned. Tweet with caution.

The Brad Davison hate was on in full force earlier this week during the opening night of the college basketball season. A nationally-televised game against St. Mary’s and he’s one of the only players in the sport people remember from last season. People had to get their takes off, it’s understandable.

It was a different story on Friday night in the home opener against Eastern Illinois because nobody was able to see it. The Big Ten Network has multiple alternate channels. Despite that, fans had to pay for a BTN+ subscription to watch the big Wisconsin-Eastern Illinois thriller.

Sometimes that’ll happen in these early season games. I’ve never understood the “this game is so bad that you’ll pay extra to see it” philosophy, but that decision is made by rich people and I’m just a big dumb dumb, so whateves as the kids say.

Anyways back to the Brad Davison report where there was a very small amount of vitriol toward the greatest player and person in the history of hoops. Originally I was going to make a rule where the hate tweets had to occur in-game to count, but seven people watched this one so we’ve got to adjust.

The only rule about the Brad Davison Chronicles: there are no rules.

One last thing that needs to be pointed out before we get into it is the quote from Brad Davison following the game.

“Gritty, not always pretty.”


Thanks to all who have participated. Brad Davison Chronicles: Part II.

I’ve seen some version of this tweet 69,420 times since this week. Then again, only I know that because I’m the only one who Twitter searches “Brad Davison” everyday.


Told ya.

It won’t stop!

Also have to search “Brad Davidson” for the can’t spell crowd. Greenville Middle School spelling bee runner-up as a seventh grader. The early peak to my intelligence.

And he’s only a junior.

More height, less grit.

Sometimes others in the Brad Davison community get caught in the mix. Congrats!

Seek medical attention immediately. This is not normal.

Still think this might be Grant.

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